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NH DHHS to Host Public Meetings to Discuss Temporary Relocation of Manchester DO and Future of Sununu Youth Services Center
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September 8, 2015

Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) will host public meetings on Thursday, September 10 to provide information to the community regarding the temporary relocation of Manchester District Office operations and to discuss the future of the Sununu Youth Services Center (SYSC). The SYSC meeting is being hosted by the Legislative Continuing Resolution Workgroup: Sununu Youth Services Center Transformation Plan.

The Manchester District Office is relocating temporarily while the Department continues to pursue a long-term District Office location in Manchester. The Department's main focus during this transition is to minimize the impact of this move on the clients served in the Manchester District Office. Division of Client Services staff will relocate to the Stark Building at 1234 River Road in Manchester, where they will continue to meet with clients after the move. New Hampshire Employment Program staff will be moving to 60 Rogers Street, Suite 201, where they will hold all meetings and appointments. The temporary relocation of the Manchester District Office will require DHHS clients and staff to make some adjustments. The temporary location at 1234 River Road has very limited space for staff to meet with clients and limited parking at the site. Because of these space constraints, DHHS clients are advised to consider alternative arrangements, and to the extent possible, conduct business online at www.NHEasy.nh.gov or by phone at (800) 852-3345. If clients must have a face to face meeting with Department staff, please visit our offices in Concord or at the Southern District Office located in Nashua. New and existing clients may apply for and request assistance regarding cash, medical, Child Care, Medicare Savings Program, Food Stamps and other DHHS benefits either online at www.NHEasy.nh.gov or by phone at (800) 852-3345.

A public meeting hosted by DHHS Associate Commissioner Mary Ann Clooney will be held at 6:00 pm on Thursday, September 10, to give neighbors, clients, and other interested parties the opportunity to learn more and ask questions about the temporary relocation.

The Legislative Continuing Resolution Workgroup: Sununu Youth Services Center Transformation Plan, chaired by Senator David Boutin, will host a public meeting at 7:00 pm on Thursday, September 10, to discuss the future of the Sununu Youth Services Facility. DHHS representatives will also participate in the public meeting.

WHAT: Public Meeting to Discuss the DHHS Manchester District Office Temporary Relocation – 6:00 pm
Public Meeting to Discuss the Future of the Sununu Youth Services Facility – 7:00 pm

WHO: The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and the Legislative Continuing Resolution Workgroup: Sununu Youth Services Center Transformation Plan

WHEN: Thursday, September 10, 2014, 6:00 & 7:00 pm

WHERE: The Chapel of the Sununu Youth Services Center
1056 North River Road
Manchester, NH

 
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